Conor McGregor Gets In Fight After Woman’s Funeral

Conor McGregor, the controversial Irish MMA fighter, finds himself entangled in fresh trouble once again, adding to his already long list of controversial incidents. Recently, McGregor appears to have traveled to the UK to attend the funeral of his aunt Pamela, as evident from his social media posts.



However, during his time in Birkenhead, Merseyside, England, the fighter was allegedly involved in a scuffle at a local bar. A video captured the moment when McGregor hastily left the bar with his security personnel, while nearby kids attempted to record the incident with their cameras.

The video, shared by a TikTok user with the handle @alby_lad, provided commentary on the situation. According to the TikTok user, there were sounds of glass shattering inside the pub just before McGregor made a swift exit. He demanded to be evacuated from the spot urgently, accompanied by his bodyguards. The situation appeared to be chaotic, and the bar incident garnered considerable attention on social media platforms.

Unfortunately for McGregor’s fans, this incident emerged on the same day that Episode 8 of TUF 31 (The Ultimate Fighter 31) aired on television, where McGregor was featured as a coach and picked up his first win in the competition.

This recent altercation adds to the controversies surrounding the fighter, as he was also recently accused of violent sexual assault during an NBA Finals game. Such allegations and incidents have contributed to McGregor’s polarizing reputation, overshadowing his achievements in the world of MMA.

Hey, it’s f***ing proper gone off today. We were just standing outside…and we hear [inaudible] glasses smashing in there. And then he ran out with his bodyguards and he was like, ‘Get me out, get me out of here now.'”

Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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